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Aloha humans! This is a quickie, but I’m low on ideas tonight. As I believe I’ve read more...

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A swarm of earthquakes in Monterey County has got people buzzing about what's next for the San Andreas fault. For the uninitiated, a "swarm" of such shudders is the geological term for a pattern of many earthquakes arriving in a relatively short period of time in a relatively small read more...

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A swarm of earthquakes in Monterey County has got people buzzing about what's next for the San Andreas fault. For the uninitiated, a "swarm" of such shudders is the geological term for a pattern of many earthquakes arriving in a relatively short period of time in a relatively small read more...

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“If you have an inquisitive passion for nature and the outdoors, a desire to understand the read more...

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This abstract golden-orange digital artwork is based on a photograph of tidal sands. You read more...

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The Volcanic Tableland, with the White Mountains beyond.There is a bizarre landscape on the far side of the Sierra Nevada between Bishop and Mammoth Lakes. It's not one of stark beauty exactly, it's barren and covered by little more than sagebrush. It's got few roads or trails, primarily because very little of this landscape is of much use to anybody. From above, the surface is riddled with scarps and grabens from numerous faults. This is a broken-up land. It's not...normal.Source: US Geological SurveyThe surface of this landscape isn't "right" either. There are no dark rich soils here. The read more...

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The Volcanic Tableland, with the White Mountains beyond.There is a bizarre landscape on the far side of the Sierra Nevada between Bishop and Mammoth Lakes. It's not one of stark beauty exactly, it's barren and covered by little more than sagebrush. It's got few roads or trails, primarily because very little of this landscape is of much use to anybody. From above, the surface is riddled with scarps and grabens from numerous faults. This is a broken-up land. It's not...normal.Source: US Geological SurveyThe surface of this landscape isn't "right" either. There are no dark rich soils here. The read more...

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 "Why?", indeed. I have to admit that I get just a little tiny bit elitist at times, at least in my approach to visiting my favorite national park, Yosemite (program note: my "favorite national park" is likely to change on a nearly daily basis, depending on whichever one I happen to have visited most recently). I tend to emphasize the spots far from the madding crowd, and wow, does Yosemite get crowds. Last year included a huge spike in visitation, to five million people (the park has only exceeded four million twice). Lines at the entrance stations, lines at the parking areas, gridlock read more...

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 "Why?", indeed. I have to admit that I get just a little tiny bit elitist at times, at least in my approach to visiting my favorite national park, Yosemite (program note: my "favorite national park" is likely to change on a nearly daily basis, depending on whichever one I happen to have visited most recently). I tend to emphasize the spots far from the madding crowd, and wow, does Yosemite get crowds. Last year included a huge spike in visitation, to five million people (the park has only exceeded four million twice). Lines at the entrance stations, lines at the parking areas, gridlock read more...

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Today's new ELI is 'The rock cycle at your fingertips; modelling the rock cycle with your fingers'The rock cycle is an abstract concept which pupils can find difficult to understand. For example, when asked how a rock formed, one student responded, ?It went through the rock cycle? much as laundry goes through a wash cycle ? something that is done to a rock to change it.? This activity helps to explain the process.Other teaching ideas about the rock cycle and many suggestions for hands-on activities, can be found on our read more...

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